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Insulation for Bus Bars

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000079941D
Original Publication Date: 1973-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-26
Document File: 1 page(s) / 11K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Toomey, RA: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

Insulation for bus bars, with requisite dielectric properties and material strength, are formed by electrophoretic deposition using the following formulation and process. Bath Formulation: DARAN X-225 (polyvinylidene chloride - polyvinyl chloride polymer) Dewey and Almy Co. 53+/-2 ARALDITE PR805 (epoxy ester polymer) CIBA Corp. 45+/-2 SCOTCH GRIP 871 (SBR Base) Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. 2+/-1 Water to make: 50/50 Ph 6.5 Temperature Range of Application Curing Cycle: 1) Room Temp - 1 hour 2) 175 degrees F - 3 hours 3) 225 degrees F - 1 hour (post cure) Overcoat: Overcoat by dipping in HYPERTHANE 31C3 (urethane); Kansas Paint Co., undiluted. Cure at 175 degrees F - 30 minutes.

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Insulation for Bus Bars

Insulation for bus bars, with requisite dielectric properties and material strength, are formed by electrophoretic deposition using the following formulation and process. Bath Formulation: DARAN X-225 (polyvinylidene chloride - polyvinyl chloride polymer) Dewey and Almy Co. 53+/-2 ARALDITE PR805 (epoxy ester polymer) CIBA Corp. 45+/-2 SCOTCH GRIP 871 (SBR Base) Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. 2+/-1 Water to make: 50/50 Ph 6.5 Temperature Range of Application Curing Cycle: 1) Room Temp - 1 hour 2) 175 degrees F - 3 hours 3) 225 degrees F - 1 hour (post cure) Overcoat: Overcoat by dipping in HYPERTHANE 31C3 (urethane); Kansas Paint Co., undiluted. Cure at 175 degrees F - 30 minutes.

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